Enterprise risk management (ERM) is a critical aspect of every life insurer’s risk management strategy.


Even with a decreased availability of policyholder risk data points due to changing underwriting practices and privacy restrictions, ERM teams are being tasked with establishing enterprise-wide risk metrics that support rapid and responsible business decisions.


How can ERM departments optimize their reserving and hedging strategies to drive smart financial growth while maximizing top-line revenue?

Verisk’s fully stochastic risk models can significantly enhance your ERM analytics capabilities and improve your ability to quantify catastrophic risk within investments and portfolios of properties.

Verisk’s probabilistic mortality projections account for uncertainty by assimilating several mortality and health data sets, behavioral and medical risk factors, and epidemiological research to help provide you with an in-depth view of risk.

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Life Risk Navigator provides actionable portfolio insights to support informed business decisions based on your specific financial strategies and risk appetite.

  • Integrate hedging strategies across assets and liabilities.
  • Simulate your balance sheet impact, including ALM and embedded value.
  • Determine the worst-case scenario by contract, by line of business, or across your entire organization.
  • Manage and gain added insight into accumulation risk.

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